Episode 1051 – ProtonMail Can Collect Your IP Address Under Certain Circumstances

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ProtonMail, the end-to-end encryption email service, has received some criticism after turning over IP logs on users to the Swiss authorities. This episode talks about why they did this and how this impacts privacy across the internet.

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